ASCD Responds to President Obama’s 2013 State of the Union Address

In this evening’s State of the Union address, President Obama laid out a number of proposals touching on our education system. We agree that high-quality...

Teachers Drive the Conversation with the Department of Education Tour

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What do you want the U.S. Department of Education to know about you, your school, and your community? Many teachers had a chance to...

Introducing ASCD’s 2013 Legislative Agenda

Yesterday ASCD released its 2013 legislative agenda . Developed by the association’s legislative committee, a diverse cross-section of ASCD members representing the entire spectrum of...

A Look Ahead to President Obama’s Second Term

Four years ago when he took office, President Obama’s agenda was consumed with a number of economic and security issues that included a global...

Tell Lawmakers to Hit the Brakes Before Education goes off the Fiscal Cliff

Deep cuts to every federal education program will be made in three weeks unless Congress acts to stop them. As part of sequestration, which is...

What This Year’s Election Taught Us

With a little more than one week’s perspective on the 2012 elections, some important conclusions for educators and education policy can be drawn. Here...

The Time to Reach across the Aisle for School Children Starts Now

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With the 2012 elections over, I would like, on behalf of ASCD, to congratulate President Obama on his victory. President Obama, I know that...

ED Pulse Poll Results: How Important to You Are Each of the Presidential Candidates’...

In the spirit of this political season and in an effort to be topical without being partisan, the ASCD SmartBrief ED Pulse poll used...

Comparing Education Policy Positions in the 2012 Presidential Race

From my perspective, education hasn't been a much talked about issue in the presidential campaign so far. That's not to say that President Obama...

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